Words matter. These are the best World View Quotes from famous people such as Sayani Gupta, Scott Pruitt, F. Sionil Jose, Steven Crowder, Michele Bachmann, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
My work or art form should represent the kind of world view I believe in.
My kids are wonderfully talented individuals, and their world view is wonderful.
Japan is very cosmopolitan – it values its origins, but a world view hovers above this narrow perspective. The interest of the Japanese in their folk culture is transcendental.
When people do marriage right, they don’t complain so much, and so their voices are silenced by the rabble of promiscuous charlatans peddling their pathetic world view as ‘progressive.’
If there was one word on a motivation or world view, that one word would be ‘liberty.’ That’s what inspires me and motivates me more than anything – just the concept of freedom, liberty, what it means.
L.A.’s become so cosmopolitan in its casting and also in its world view.
If I can be in a place where my image is encouraging people to see different people behind the camera, and my image and the images I make can help open up a certain world view, I think that’s all a part of a larger spirit of change and progress, and I’m happy to be part of it.
Class I to XII wasn’t much help; I was always a mediocre student. But when I pursued higher education and studied economics with theatre or psychology with science fiction, I got a whole new world view.
We’re obviously in a strange environment where practically anyone can set themselves up as a pundit of sorts. It’s all about sorting the wheat from the chaff, and I’m very interested in reading different points of view, and certainly different generations than my own that have such a very different world view.
Feminism is an entire world view or gestalt, not just a laundry list of women’s issues.
To become a stoic is to endorse the truthfulness of its world view and accept its prescription for how you ought to live, not just to like how it makes you feel.
Every candle that gets lit in the dark room must feel a little rejection from the darkness around it, but the last thing I want from those who hold a different world view to me is to accept me.
There’s definitely a world view among college students that appreciates the need to act in the international community.
My world view is that it can all go to hell in an instant, and you have to be ready for it. That’s pretty much the central theme running through my work. It’s about people’s awareness of how uncertain life can be and their trying to guard against that.
Well, I think he’s right to notice that there is a difference in attitudes and even in the broadest sense of world view between Eastern Europe and Western Europe. Which is old and which is new is an interesting question, and I almost think that maybe he’s got it backwards.
The world view of economic development has completely changed: it is no longer believed to be driven by human labour, as Karl Marx said, or by capital, as Alfred Marshall stated, but is knowledge-driven.
The idea of progress – the notion that human history is the history of human betterment – dominated the world view of the West between the Enlightenment and the First World War.
The secret to a long-lasting relationship is perpetually imagining the worst. It’s a world view tracing back to my Eastern European ancestry and one I draw upon regularly.
Well, I’m Buddhist, Ray, and so part of my Buddhism has allowed me to look a little more deeply at people and the events in my life that created me. And I think a lot of that Buddhism comes out in the world view in this novel.
The world view of the underdog socialist is encapsulated in the notion that the establishment has mastered the game of reason, judgment and statistics, leaving the left with emotion. Its heart is in the right place.
Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean share a cultural heritage based on centuries of common history. And what is more, we share the same values and world view. We believe in a world order that is based on cooperation, on regionalism, on multilateralism.
Marriage is great for some; it makes them better people. For me, commitment doesn’t have to be marriage. It stems from the fact that I have a Westernised world view.
I still strongly feel that a lot of people who participated in Gamergate, who participated in this sort of thing, are doing so because they go into it with – they’ll believe the version of events that fits their world view.
Suicide was such a formative band for me, so influential in the development of my taste. They’re one of those bands that operated in absolute isolation for so long that they developed a completely unique world view.
I do not live in a world where people can walk on water, or still a storm, or take five loaves of bread and feed 5000 men plus women and children. If that is a requirement of my commitment to Jesus, I find it difficult to stretch my mind outside the capacities of my world view.
I don’t want to interview people for the purpose of developing a world view and pushing that on people.
You can take the boy out of Philly but not the Philly out of the boy. It shapes my world view. It was a great place to grow up.
I wasn’t looking for religion; I was looking for a world view.
I like visiting the parliament, listening to the discussions and raising questions. It’s a stimulating environment and it opens your world view.
How will the approach of the Singularity spread across the human world view?
All of my films have changed my life. I’ve met so many people and broadened my world view.
Too many people in the modern world view poetry as a luxury, not a necessity like petrol. But to me it’s the oil of life.
The biblical world view with respect to these issues is that we have a responsibility to manage and cultivate, harvest the natural resources that we’ve been blessed with to truly bless our fellow mankind.
The mobile revolution has dramatically changed our world view, empowered women, and increased our empathy. Corrupt governments have been toppled and wars avoided because our species has become so digitally connected.
As a world view, Darwinism cannot of course be refuted, since Faith is, always has been, and always will be, stronger than facts.
I think that for social conservatism to make sense as a political world view, it has to have a more capacious understanding of what kind of society it wants than just saying, ‘Leave us alone and let us pass laws against abortion.’
I wished to have the time to put together a world view, but there was never enough time, and also, those who had it seemed to have had it from a very young age; they didn’t begin at forty.
I think everything we do, on one level or another, as writers, most of our writing is informed by our world view.
I’m not an evangelist Christian at all. I can’t try to convert anybody. It’s not in me to do that. But my faith has given me such an appreciation of people and meaningful relationships, and a world view which I didn’t have before. And although I will fail every day, it gives me something to aspire to.
Our thoughts do not actually exist; they are only pictures. A great error was made at the end of the last human developmental period when existence was equated with thinking. ‘Cogito ergo sum’ is the greatest error ever placed at the head of the modern world view.
For decades, the liberal media eviscerated the Religious Right and other conservatives for their own attacks against liberal social causes. Over time, the media labeled anyone who didn’t agree with the Left’s world view as intolerant.
When people are committed to things, and the world view they have is no longer in alignment with our world view, then it becomes funny.
The Biblical world view sees Earth and its ecosystems as the effect of a wise God’s creation and… therefore robust, resilient, and self-regulating, like the product of any good engineer.
I think everything we do, on one level or another, as writers, most of our writing is informed by our world view. It’s informed by our own understanding of spirituality; things that matter, things that are important to us. I write about things that matter for me.
It appears the Kochs are among the most defensive billionaires, preferring the comfy confines of their callous and intellectually dishonest world view.
The Sarajevans have a very particular world view – a mordant wit coupled with this unbearable sadness and… truckloads of guts, you know.
Wealth today has been created by a world view dominated by fast-moving networks, open information, bottom-up entrepreneurialism.
I prefer reading to writing. Reading changes your world view. Writing changes absolutely nothing. Except, of course, when it makes you rich.
I went to schools that had a significantly large Caucasian population and I feel very fortunate because I was able to compare that perspective with my family’s. It allowed me to create a wider world view on things.
I’ll always be American in my world view and allegiance. American in the naive way I go to other countries and tell them how they should treat their poor or clean their water.